Community Services

Are you looking for a space to host a birthday party, family reunion, or a class? Vista Grande Community Center has rooms available for rent to meet nearly any type of event.

Hourly rental includes set-up and clean-up. Chairs and tables are included in the cost. There is a three-hour minimum for rentals that fall outside of our normal business hours.


Pricing

Rental Area                  501c3       Private Rent        For Profit              

Multi-purpose room $40/hr             $50/hr              $65/hr                          
Meeting rooms  $35/hr $40/hr $50/hr  
Kitchen use $20/hr $25/hr $30/hr  
Stage area w/o equip $20/hr $25/hr $30/hr  
Gym (3 hour min.) $55/hr $100/hr $170/hr  

Program Instructor Fees:  If you are looking at teaching a class, please call for instructional rates and availability.

 

Click here to download the Facility Rental Request Form

 

Facility Description​s:

  • Multi-Purpose Room: Great for birthday parties, large events, and family gatherings
  • Outdoor Property: Great for picnics, and outdoor family gatherings field/ jumpers will need to be approved by sports. Contact Sports at (505) 314-0423 
  • Meeting Rooms: Great for small meetings such as HOA’s
  • Kitchen Use: Great to keep or help maintain warm food
  • Stage Area W/O Equipment: Great for add on to the multi-purpose room if needing more space
  • Gym: Great for bigger rentals such as weddings

 

Rental Agreement

Non-Rental Facilities

  • Dog Park
    ​​Nice, fenced open-space for your dogs to come in and play. Dogs need to be friendly and leashed until they are fully in the dog park.
     
  • Hiking Trails
    These hiking trails behind the community center are maintained by East Mountain High School. These beautiful shared trails are open to the public. These trails are on county, private and high school property. Please note that they are for hiking -  no horses or motorized vehicles are allowed on the trails.

​​Weight Room 

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